Eng. Zhivko Zhelev story with Baba Vanga
Zhivko Zhelev is a famous Bulgarian engineer, scientist, physicist, and explorer
In 1990 I was laid off from DZU Stara Zagora (one of the largest contract manufacturers in Bulgaria, mainly in the field of automotive industry, plastic injection and compression moulding, electromechanical assembly and electronics, where I worked for 20 years. I was fired because I filed a lawsuit against Andrey Lukanov – former prime minister of Bulgaria.
At this time I didn’t even had a thought to go and visit Baba Vanga, because I knew very well that she was entirely dedicated to help people in need – mainly regarding health and psychological issues. My situation was to fight against the people who I knew were going to rob Bulgaria.
Back in 1990, a friend of mine from Netherlands called me. He was the specialist who was leading the Dutch team and with whom we started the project with the optical disks at DZU (back then we had serious contracts with Phillips and Sony).
He was sick. For over three years he was relying on the conventional medicine to cure his condition without success, and he eventually started to look for other alternative methods. Doctors told him that eventually his left arm and leg will get paralyzed, and they don’t have a solution for this problem.